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Operations recommence at Mothae

Lucapa Diamond Company has recommenced operations at its Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho.

Another +100 carat diamond recovered at Mothae

Lucapa looks forward to recovering proportionately more diamonds of this quality and size following the completion of the capacity expansion.
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Lucapa sells Mothae diamonds into cutting and polishing partnership

Lucapa Diamond Company has sold of its run-of-mine diamonds from the Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho into a cutting and polishing partnership with a high-end diamantaire.
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Top-quality 64 carat type IIa diamond recovered from Mothae

The latest recoveries include a top-quality 64 carat D-colour Type IIa gem. The 64 carat diamond is the 12th +50 carat diamond recovered from Mothae.
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Winner: Excellence in Diamonds – Lucapa Diamond Company

Lucapa Diamond Company had an incredible 2019 year on the back of its new high-value Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho coming into production.
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ICYMI: Lucapa achieved record diamond production in 2019

ASX-listed Lucapa Diamond Company continued to drive production and operational efficiencies at the Mothae and Lulo mines in the December 2019 Quarter.
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Two more +100 carat diamonds recovered at Mothae

Lucapa Diamond Company is pleased to report the recovery of two more +100 carat diamonds from the Mothae kimberlite mine in Lesotho.
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Record diamond production for Lucapa

Lucapa Diamond Company and its project partners have reported record monthly diamond production results from both mines for August 2019.

Sales from Lulo and Mothae total US$35.5 million for Lucapa

Lucapa Diamond and its project partners have announced results from the latest sales of diamonds from the Lulo and Mothae mines.

Lucapa recovers first +100 carat diamond from Mothae

ASX-listed Lucapa Diamond Company has recovered its first+100 carat diamond for its Mothae mine in Lesotho, five months after commercial production started.